tall man comes with love from the stars: who could it be?
in two slides above, a new crop picture appeared on July 3, 2014
near Wilmington, Sussex. It showed a “five pointed star”, just below
a huge “jester figure” in the landscape. Both the “five pointed
star” and a “jester’s hat” were traditional symbols for Quetzalcoatl
in ancient central America (see
www.bluffton.edu). Even more remarkably, a “feathered headdress”
for Quetzalcoatl appeared in crops near Silbury Hill on July 5, 2009
study the Wilmington landscape more closely, we can see two
additional symbols near the crop picture itself. These would be the
“Long Man of Wilmington” (see
Long_Man_of_Wilmington) and a large “heart” shape:
sober person might conclude, after studying all of these various
symbols, that a “long, tall man” is coming “with love” to see us,
bearing a “jester’s hat” and “five pointed star”.
pentagonal shape within that crop picture matches the relative
orbital locations of Venus, Mercury and Mars on July 3, 2014, the
day when it appeared:
visitor from the stars seems pretty good at astronomy! Quetzalcoatl
taught the Mayans everything they knew about astronomy, especially
concerning sky motions of planet Venus.
crop picture also resembles the US Pentagon building in Washington
DC. Now we can see a new, five-pointed star at its centre:
picture at Gipsy Lane on June 6, 2014 (the anniversary of D-Day)
told us in Morse code “NO MORE WAR”.
interesting clues! This long, tall man who comes with love from the
stars, wearing a jester’s hat on his head, and a five-pointed star
around his neck: who could it be?
American legends tell of a
white-skinned, bearded man who travelled among many tribes to bring
about peace 2000 years ago. This spiritual hero was known as
Quetzalcoatl (the “Feathered Serpent”) to most people, or as
Kukulkan to the Mayans (see
El_Castillo,_Chichen_Itza). He eventually left central America
after living there for many years, but promised to return, sometime
after his Long Count calendar would end on December 23, 2012.
In Book X of his History, Fray Bernardino de Sahagun
described the departure of Quetzalcoatl from Teotihuacan as follows
(translated here into simple English):
"The wise men did not remain long. They carried off the books,
paintings, crafts, and castings of metals. Before they left, they
summoned all who would be left behind. They said: ‘Our lord, the
protector of all, says you must remain here. He goes far away, and
we will go with him. Yet he will come back to do his duty. When the
world becomes oppressed, our lord and master will return, to help
bring it to an end’ ” (see
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)